DENKI-MIRAI has been appointed to represent Japanese Illustrator KATOKEN.
In 1999 KATOKEN started selling his illustrations on the street of Shibuya and Harajuku – hubs of Japan’s youth culture, and was widely accepted among young people who loved Japanese pop culture of those days. That success led him to further opportunities to license his works to Japanese licensees. Eventually, over 200 kinds of sundry goods on which his illustrations were printed were distributed all over Japan, and were sold at national chain stores such as Tokyu Hands, Village Vanguard, Kiddy Land. … more